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The Moore Collection

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Trimmed out and ready to stock are these fantastic printing trays that used to hold the letters for printing presses. I have seen these used in a lot of applications, but don't they seem sweet for whistles ?? This case has the large sections. The Guttridge collection utilizes the smaller sectione, but larger tray display.

All they need is cleaning occasionally and rustic looking as they are, seem to go well with antique whistles. Or you can clean them and spray varathane them for a shinier finish. Nothing wrong with straight oil finish either.

Now you can trim them in on a wall or frame them free standing. They come in large sizes for large displays or can be cut down all you want.

Don't you love all the covey holes ??





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